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News/Business. Betty Nguyen. Film reports are used to launch studio debates on a variety of subjects. New. (Stereo)

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Channel 93 (639 MHz)

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Chavez 2, Texas 2, Mexico 2, Maria Sharapova 2, Alaska 2, New York 1, Southeast Wisconsin 1, Petra Kedova 1, New Mexico 1, Wimbledon 1, South Texas 1, Miami 1, Los Alamos Lab 1, Fibromyalgia 1, Los Angeles 1, Cubs 1, Nap 1, Lysol Disinfectant Spray 1, Havana 1, Chicago 1,
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  CBS    Up to the Minute    News/Business. Betty Nguyen. Film reports are used to  
   launch studio debates on a variety of subjects. New. (Stereo)  

    July 1, 2011
    3:10 - 4:00am PDT  

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>> reporter: the goal is to keep the fire away from homes and the western edge of the national laboratory complex. while the los alamos lab remains closed work has been put on hold, that includes experiments on two super computers and research into extending the life of a 1960s nuclear bomb. crews at the lab are experimenting with vegetation so the fire doesn't have a chance to reach radioactive spirmgs. >> the risk isn't the same. >> reporter: scientists continue to monitor the air. sandra hughes, new mexico. weather battered southeast
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wisconsin. the storm brought heavy rain and high winds. power was knocked out for about 35,000 customers but no injuries are reported. in the rio grande valley of south texas a tornado caused some damage but no reported injury. witnesses say the twister crossed the river into northern mexico. straight ahead your friday morning weather and in sports, another sports lockout after contract talks collapse. this time, it's the nba.
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here is a look at the weather in some cities around the country. new york going to be sunny, 6 degrees. miami thunderstorms there, 0. chicago sunny and windy, 99. dallas a hot 100. los angeles 84 degrees. time now for a check of the national forecast. the latest satellite picture shows clear skies on the west coast and much of the southeast. bands of thunderstorms are rolling across the northern plains. tropical depression arlene though is slowly losing strength in mexico, but sending bands of rain to texas. later today the great lakes will see daytime highs in the 90s and 100s. it's pleasant up and down the west coast but the gulf coast will see storms building through the day along with plenty of heat and humidity. in sports the nba has locked out its players. contract negotiations collapsed thursday and when the contract between the league and the
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players ran out at midnight the lockout was under way. the two sides are far apart on salary issues and revenue sharing. nba commissioner david stern says 22 nba teams are losing money and insist the league's offer was good from both sides. >> we've made a proposal under which the average player compensation will be $5 million at a time when the league is losing money. >> the lockout puts in jeopardy the pro basketball season's schedule to start in the fall. in tennis the women's single's final at wimbledon is set for saturday, a big comeback for maria sharapova who won easily in straight sets advancing to her first wimbledon final since she won in 2004, she faces petra kedova, in her first final. in baseball a dramatic walkoff win for the cubs,
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giovanni soto, blasted a three-run homer to left field giving the cubs a 5-2 victory over san francisco. when we return, another look at this morning's topper toys. and scorpion on a plane? what you don't want to meet on your next flight. (announcer) while there are some home disasters you can't avoid, there is one you can. septic system breakdowns affect 1.2 million homes each year. septic backups can cost about six thousand dollars in expense, and countless hours of repair. rid-x. help save yourself from disaster.
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on the "cbs morning news," here's a look at today's weather. summer heat is moving slowly from the northern plains into the great lakes. the northern plains will also see some strong storms. it's nice up and down the west coast and in the northeast. here's another look at this morning's top stories. a major turn in the sexual assault case against former imf chief dominique strauss-kahn. prosecutors are questioning the story of the hotel maid who accuses strauss-kahn of rape.
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the budget battle in washington drags on. the senate canceled its post fourth of july holiday in hopes of reaching a deal to avoid defaulting on government debt. venezuelan president hugo chavez revealed that cancer surgery took place in cuba. chavez looked pale as he addressed his nation from havana where he underwent two operations. chavez did not say what kind of cancer he was battling or when he returns to return to kate and william are in canada this morning. each placed a wreath at the national war memorial and later attended a reception for young canadians. we have word this morning of a scare on an airline flight to alaska, not snakes but a scorpion on a plane. the recent incident was on an alaska airlines flight. it was apparently a stowaway
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from texas. passenger jeff ellis was taking a nap at 30,000 feet but woke up to the burning sting of the scorpion on his arm. ouch. >> my tray table was up, grabbed a napkin, picked that thing up, grabbed it, was a natural reaction. >> he suffered no other ill effects. now we want you to meet ethel learum of wisconsin. take a listen. ♪ can you believe this lady just turned 95 years old and not only plays the piano but also the organ and the accordion and now she is taking up the violin. pretty stweet. this morning on "the early show," maria sharapova's amazing wimbledon comeback. i'm betty nguyen. this is the "cbs morning news."
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